John Davis

Recent Articles

Farmers Markets Opening Across State

Farmers Markets Opening Across State

About 40% opening, state association estimates, but with health precautions.

My 25 Years in State Government

My 25 Years in State Government

Walker appointee Mike Huebsch talks about Act 10, energy policy and retiring.

Program Seeks 100 Schools to Do Solar

Program Seeks 100 Schools to Do Solar

Joint venture of solar foundation and Midwest Renewable Energy seeks 100 cooperating schools in state.

Will Census Undercount State’s Minorities?

Will Census Undercount State’s Minorities?

Cities, social service agencies work to assure an accurate count.

Eau Claire Embraces Electric Cars

Eau Claire Embraces Electric Cars

First city in Wisconsin to approve a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.

Schools Recruiting Students for Teaching Careers

Schools Recruiting Students for Teaching Careers

Some try creative ways to plug shortage of applicants for teaching and other school positions.

Legislature Urged to Clarify Pot Laws

Legislature Urged to Clarify Pot Laws

Patchwork of local and state laws confusing, say pot advocates, a sheriff and Hemp Alliance.

School Leaders Back Evers Funding Plan

School Leaders Back Evers Funding Plan

Governor’s budget has $1.4 billion hike in K-12 funding; GOP likely to scale that back.

Low Wages, Lack of Benefits Fuel Child Care Worker Shortage

Low Wages, Lack of Benefits Fuel Child Care Worker Shortage

Despite certification programs, high turnover persists

Election Asks Voters About Legal Pot

Election Asks Voters About Legal Pot

16 counties and 2 cities have referendums. Some 50 legislative candidates support change.